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A nurse-led elective cardioversion service

No nurse relishes the prospect of telling a patient that their procedure or operation has had to be cancelled. Avoiding this was one of the main incentives of coronary care charge nurse Nick Mills who, in 2003, set up a nurse-led elective cardioversion service at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.

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